Exploring the Context-Specific Talent Management Practices and Their Link to FIRMS’ Absorptive Capacity in Emerging Markets: Brazil vs Russia
International Business in a VUCA World: The Changing Role of States and Firms
ISBN: 978-1-83867-256-0, eISBN: 978-1-83867-255-3
Publication date: 21 October 2019
Over the last decade, scholars extensively discuss talent management phenomenon in various country contexts paying much attention to different exogenous and endogenous factors influencing talent management systems and practices and their relationships with other organizational processes. In this chapter we particularly talk about the peculiarities of talent management in Brazil and Russia and explore the potential impact key management practices aimed at attracting, developing and retaining high potentials and high performers have on the development of firms’ absorptive capacity. We argue that for Brazilian and Russian firms “crossverging” context-specific talent management practices play a key role in the acquisition, assimilation, transformation, and exploitation of external and internal valuable knowledge, thus becoming one of the main drivers of organizational performance and competitive advantage.
Latukha, M., Selivanovskikh, L. and Maclennan, M.L. (2019), "Exploring the Context-Specific Talent Management Practices and Their Link to FIRMS’ Absorptive Capacity in Emerging Markets: Brazil vs Russia", Tulder, R.V., Verbeke, A. and Jankowska, B. (Ed.) International Business in a VUCA World: The Changing Role of States and Firms (Progress in International Business Research, Vol. 14), Emerald Publishing Limited, Bingley, pp. 419-433. https://doi.org/10.1108/S1745-886220190000014022
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